30 Funny Things You Wouldn’t Believe Actually Found Its Way In People’s Resumes
A job search can be a painful task. Out of every 250 odd applicants who apply for a corporate job, only five actually get shortlisted for the interview process! So, in order to make it to the interviews and be in the top two percent, it becomes extremely crucial to draft your cover letter and resume perfectly. However, some people hardly make it past the starting line. While some are clueless about the entire hiring process, some are simply fed up with it, while the rest are in a mood to have some fun! The one thing they have in common is the fact that all of them definitely didn’t end up in that top two percent. Instead, they ended up giving their would-be employers hilarious introductions through their resumes and cover letters.
Dive deeper to find more about these hilarious things that found their ways in the resumes. Here we go –
Always remember this: checking the spelling and grammar isn’t the only thing you should do before hitting the send button for your resume – make sure all Nicholas Cage pics have been removed, too!
Too much information
Look, we get it that you can play a horrific criminal on-screen with ease. There’s no need to include that information in your resume! It’s better if you keep it to yourself.
Not enough information
While too much information is bad, simply writing “I have a bachelor’s degree, give me a job” won’t make the cut, unfortunately! Simple isn’t better, in this case.
A custom template
It is important that your resume stands out as unique and original, but not because of the My Little Pony-theme you used as a template for your resume!
If you actually believe that terrible font and even worse formatting is the real issue here, you need to check out Cinnamon’s bizarre hobby of “ferret husbandry”! Yep, that’s how we reacted when we noticed it.